By: James Needham
It has sparked a response from the business owners of all four restaurants who have requested to be included on the mandatory meal plan being rolled out at the College of William & Mary. Pita Pit Owner Brandon Twine wrote a letter earlier this month to W&M’s Vice President for Finance Sam Jones, detailing how the businesses were working with a lawyer to work toward a resolution.
Last year, Pita Pit brought in $500,000 in sales, Twine said in an interview with WYDaily. With one month left in 2013, the business has so far brought in $330,000. In February 2012, MOOYAH Burgers, Fries & Shakes brought in about $60,000 in sales and this year brought in $30,000, said owner Alpen Patel.